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October 30, 2008

Oracle Forms and Designer

Filed under: Oracle — hourim @ 4:32 pm

One of the smart thing I have used in Oracle Forms 6i is to attach a list of value to an unbound item. I did this 7 years ago and I accomplish it using only Designer 6i. Here it is who it works dynamiclistofvalues

October 17, 2008

UTL_FILE

Filed under: Oracle — hourim @ 11:45 am

In an earlier post, I said that I took the good habit, each time I succeed using a technique or a built-in, to write down a summary of that technique. Back to September 2002 I have used for the first time the oracle UTL_FILE package. Here it is then the summary of this successful story 🙂 utl-file-generation

October 6, 2008

Troubleshooting Oracle Performance

Filed under: Oracle — hourim @ 11:34 am

I wrote my opinion on the excellent book of Christian Antognini Troubleshooting Oracle Performance. Definitely, even if you are an Oracle developer or an Oracle DBA, you should possess this book. You can find my opinion here: http://www.amazon.fr/review/RF4W3YEZ23H4Q

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